Keeping it civil: Entries from the 2022 CECA Excellence Awards

by | Nov 13, 2022

A fantastic array of projects were put forward this year for the CECA Excellence Awards – the first awards since 2018. The ceremonial event took place in September at the Clayton Burlington Hotel, Dublin during the Civil Engineering Contractors Association Annual Dinner. With winners and highly commended projects aplenty, we take a look at all the entries for 2022.

Murphy Ireland’s Mutton Island WWTP CHP Upgrade Sustainability Project

PROJECTS UNDER 2 MILLION EURO

Mutton Island WWTP Combined Heat and Power Plant Upgrade – Murphy Ireland – WINNER

McGinty & O’Shea Ltd at Chetwynd

Chetwynd Reservoir PRV Installation & Remediation Works – McGinty & O’Shea Ltd – HIGHLY COMMENDED

Wolfe Tone Park and Street Environmental Scheme – Clonmel Enterprises Ltd

Levis Quay Repair Works, Skibbereen – McGinty & O’Shea Ltd

Baldoyle to Portmarnock Walkway and Cycle Route – Murphy Ireland

Stillorgan Village Improvement Scheme – Murphy Ireland

Bewsey Bridge – Murphy Ireland

Bray Seafront Plaza Project – Shareridge Ltd

Shareridge’s Ennis Public Realm Regeneration Project

PROJECTS 2-5 MILLION EURO

Ennis Public Realm Regeneration Project – Shareridge – WINNER

DLRCC Coastal Cycle Way – Clonmel Enterprises Ltd

N81 Knockroe Bend Realignment Scheme – Clonmel Enterprises Ltd

Tully Park Phase 1 – Clonmel Enterprises Ltd

Fernhill Park and Gardens – Murphy Ireland

Broadstone Lower Plaza – SIAC Construction Ltd

Jons Civil’s Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route

PROJECTS BETWEEN 5–10 MILLION EURO

Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route Phase 2 – Jons Civil Engineering Co. Ltd – WINNER

McGinty O’Shea Ltd’s Douglas Flood Relief Scheme 2

Douglas Flood Relief Scheme – McGinty & O’Shea Ltd – HIGHLY COMMENDED

John Paul Construction’s Motorway Operations Control Centre

The Motorway Operations Control Centre – John Paul Construction – COMMENDED

Lough Talt Water Treatment Plant – Coffey

Dundalk Urban Renewal, Clanbrassil Street And St. Nicholas Quarter Rejuvenation Scheme – John Cradock Ltd

Howth Balbriggan & Malahide Water Supply Network – John Cradock Ltd

Howth FHC Middle Pier Upgrade – John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Ltd

Terminal 4 Alexandra Road Bridge – John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Ltd

Dodder Greenway Phase 2 – Murphy Ireland

The Hole in the Wall/Moyne Road Junction Upgrade – SIAC Construction Ltd

Murphy’s Stillorgan Reservoir

PROJECTS OVER 10 MILLION EURO

Stillorgan Reservoir Upgrade – Murphy Ireland – WINNER

SISK’s Pearse Station

Pearse Roof Project – John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Ltd – HIGHLY COMMENDED

Belfast Transport Hub Enabling Works – GRAHAM

Lidl Regional Distribution Centre – John Paul Construction

Lee Road Water Treatment Plant – Murphy Ireland

Ballough AGI Bypass Project – Murphy Ireland

John Paul Construction’s LIDL Regional Distribution Centre

AWARDS WERE ALSO PRESENTED FOR:

Best Health & Safety Initiative
Lidl Regional Distribution Centre – John Paul Construction – WINNER

Most Sustainable Practice/Project
Stillorgan Reservoir Upgrade – Murphy Ireland – WINNER
Mutton Island WWTP Combined Heat and Power Plant Upgrade – Murphy Ireland – HIGHLY COMMENDED

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